501 Workplace and Employment Mediation 29, 30 January 2020 Taunton
Location4 The Crescent
Cost£400.00 + VAT
Workplace and Employment Mediation Course
Taunton - Normanton Chambers, 4 The Crescent TA1 4EA
Course limited to 12 delegates : new date added to meet local demand
Led by the co-authors of 'Practical Mediation' - Jonathan Dingle FRSA and John Sephton, a leading Workplace and Employment Mediator, Coach and Employment Expert this is an outstanding course for those who have already passed their foundation week of trainiong. With more than 40 years experience of mediating, Jonathan and John's feedback is outstanding and the learning (appropriately) both practical and intellectually rigorous. They are supported by an excellent faculty full of insights and wisdom.
The aim of these two days is to provide delegates with the ability to mediate workplace, employment, and related conflicts with skill and confidence. The course also looks at discrimination, abuse, bullying, and harassment. It is offered as delivered to the NHS and other government agencies and is thus especially useful to those workign in this area. The course is recognised for CMC Workplace Mediation registration.
The leaders provide an insight into the changing workplace, conflict and its causes; they consider the workplace relationships; stakeholders; grievance and disciplinary measures; timing and engagement; pre-meetings; dealing with deep emotion and the boundaries of confidentiality. The course allows mediators to move into the wider range of work that is available with organisations including the NHS, armed services, and local government.
This fascinating course also provides guidance on moving to the transformative; identifying the pathway to progress, encouraging a durable and sustainable future; mediator follow-up, the role of coaching; workplace or employment mediation; settlement and compromise agreements.
The leaders will cover a wide range of issues including human rights, idle gossip, loss of operational time, behaviours, unwanted attention, gender issues, diversity, trust, unwilling or reluctant participants, - and solutioneering and health and safety matters.
The are four case studies and considerable teaching, reading, and learning to be done.
The feedback is remarkable and demand is high for this useful and continually impressive course.
The course is flexible to the needs of the delegates with learning objectives agreed and set at the beginning of the day. However, it typically runs as follows:
- The context
- The business case for mediation
- Conflict and its causes
- How people respond to conflict and the impact of change
- The "workplace relationship" – the needs of both employer and employee
- Contract of Employment
- Practical Mediation
- The role of mediation within the grievance and disciplinary process.
- Planning a Workplace Mediation; timing and engagement – a bespoke approach
- The Workplace Mediation Agreement and the boundaries of confidentiality
- Getting Started – Pre-meetings (Including Demonstration)
- Case studies
- Dealing with deep emotion and perceptions, needs & concerns
- Demonstration Workshop & Discussion
- Workplace contrasted with Employment mediation
- Settlement Agreements